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degrees. mostly sunny in miami 80. mostly sunny in chicago 51 degrees. dallas 84. . l.a. 70 degrees. >>> let's check your national forecast. the remnants of sandy are now in canada but expect scattered rain, snow showers and strong breezes in mid-atlantic and parts of virginia. rain and snow showers will linger in michigan and ohio. rest of the midwest remains dry. out west the storm brings inland bringing showers to the northwest. the southwest stays dry. here in new york a crane that snapped from sandy's high winds continuing to dangle more than 70 stories up. it is right down the street from this building. john miller spoke with two city engineers who took on the draws task of making sure the crane doesn't fall to the street below. >> reporter: during the storm that snapped the boom off the crane with winds gusting through and swinging the hanging boom back and forth two new york city building department engineers had to get to the top of the building and answer the question would the boom hold or come crashing down? for most of the long climb the only way up was the stairs. >> i
from springfield to the dallas access road. howard is going o to tell us what kind of winter he thinks we're going to have. >> not yet. on tuesday, i'm working on it. we may be able to use that a little bit this season. we have a whole staff of people working on it with me as well so stay tuned coming early next week. >>> weather wise it's cool today without the wind. really light winds, 45, 50 degrees. it's not uncomfortable really when you're out there. here's a look at the day planner. not much sunshine today. maybe a little bit later on this afternoon but these clouds have been hanging tough. i would call it partly to mostly cloudy, a light north and northeast winds at 5 miles per hour with temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s for highs. not too much more than where we are right now. you'll notice this evening we're falling back into the middle 40s with northeast winds at generally 3 to 4 miles per hour. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy overnight back in the 30s. satellite and radar, there's no rain falling but look at the clouds, they're hanging tough. we're seeing the back edg
into pennsylvania and western maryland and west virginia with 80s to near 90 in the dallas area today. got three storms. got a big storm in the gulf of alaska throwing so much moisture here in the pacific northwest. some lighter snow in north dakota. the third storm is this one. that's what's left of sandy. this monster storm still affecting us days and days late we are the coolness and the sun -- coolness and the unsettledness going orange. a few showers on the north carolina and virginia border and in the mountains again seeing some rain and snow showers there and you know if we have a sprinkle north of town today that wouldn't be the craziest thing. don't if surprised about that. generally a mix of sun and clouds and in the evening hours the sunsets and start to clear out some, looks like a generally clear to partly cloudy night and a cold night. we're dipping into the 30s near 40 in town and by the way. but low to mid-30s in most areas by saturday morning. saturday morning is going to be another breezy chilly morning. but a sunny day for the most part with highs tomorrow into the low 50s, mi
in miami 82. sunny in dallas, 72. sunny out in l.a., 88 degrees. let's check your national forecast. dreaded nor'easter is taking shape. rain and thunderstorms will roll through the southeast and florida today. a cold front that will feed the nor'easter is moving through the midwest, bringing more rain and showers. in the northeast, it's the calm before the storm. it will be sunny and dry. it will be warm and dry across most of the west. "cbs moneywatch" time on a tuesday. investors go into watch and wait mode. and greece braces for violent protests. >> overseas trading was light ahead of tokyo's results. the hang seng dropped a quarter percent. wall street is also waiting to see who wins a presidential election. investors are reluctant to make any big moves without knowing the winner. on monday, the nasdaq add 17 points. some analysts say no matter who wins, the markets could see a surge. >>> two days of general strikes begin today in greece. the country's unions are protesting a new austerity plan that imposes wage and benefit cuts. the strike will ground flights, halt trains, clo
york, rain and snow. miami, sunny and 79. chicago, 48. dallas, sunny and 76. clouds and sunny in l.a., 76. a nor'easter is forecast to hit the northeast. expect strong winds, beach erosion, shore line flooding and a storm surge of up to four feet. up to three inches of rain is possible for parts of new england. snow could drop from delaware to maine. the rest of the country is expected to be dry, but there could be rain and mountain snow showers from tennessee to georgia and heavy snow and blizzard conditions are expected in the northern rockies. hurricane sandy made voting very difficult for millions of voters especially in new york and new jersey. poll being stations were relocated and even voters without power managed to cast their ballots. >> reporter: bill left home on his bicycle in search of a place to vote. >> just circling around and figuring out where the biggest spots were where people could be. >> reporter: these tents marked the spot where residents of the devastate rock awaways are cast their ballots. >> i didn't think i'd get an opportunity to vote. i thought they we
battleground states are expected to >>> in dallas texas, voters are just now starting to show up at the polls. the presidential candidates didn't spend any time in texas in the final days of the campaign because the state is considered a red state. but there are some tight c congressional races. it's brisk out this morning, but the weather will not be a factor today. we are expecting clear skies and a high of 75. >>> finally election day, we get to vote. when we talk about the swing states in this election, we're not just talk about ohio. right now, we want to focus on three states that could really go either way, starting with nevada. anna werner is in las vegas. >> reporter: nevada helped the republicans in 2000 and 2004, voting for george w. bush. but in 2008, barack obama hit the jackpot here, beating john mccain by a whopping 12 percentage points. he's looking for a second big win, a second time around here in this state. the democrats are powered here by organized labor and a latino vote that's now 15% of the total. they've been out knocking on doors, registering new voters, and there a
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